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one eye sees at distance and one near
In July the Doc. said my eyes look great
A couple of months after the right eye surgery. I had the left done first.
The same doctor did lazer to fix the cloudy membrane. I have prescription glasses but it doesn't clear up the bluriness. In the eye examine he used every priszim to try to make the blury vision clear but none of it helped.
I see. Thanks for that additional information. The only other thing that I suspect this could be is due to a dysfunctional tear film which can lead to dryness. Now I know you have been taking eye drops to help with dryness, but this is only the very beginning, earliest way to treatment.
If you don't seem to be getting anywhere with your current doctor, it may be time to get a second opinion from a corneal specialist because if this is the case there are a multitude of other things that may need to be treated regarding dysfunctional tear films for this to get better.
Does that make sense?
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Would the tear film effect both eyes at the same time?
I'm sorry for the delay, the chat system is reliably unreliable. Yes, if there is a dysfunctional tear film, it is usually happening in both eyes at the same time.
Do you have any other questions about this that I didn't address?
Thanks for your help...I will find another doctor for a 2nd opinion
You're welcome. Good luck.